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bio website about.me/LucasCAPS
location Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
age 26
visits member for 3 years, 4 months
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Graduated in Applied Mathematics and taking Master's in Statistics at UFRJ.


Apr
22
suggested suggested edit on Proof $f(\emptyset)=\emptyset$
Apr
15
accepted Find every ring homomorphism between $\mathbb Z$ and $\mathbb Q$
Apr
14
asked Find every ring homomorphism between $\mathbb Z$ and $\mathbb Q$
Mar
20
comment A sequence of nested fractions with a counter-intuitive limit
@Gerry Good idea. youtube.com/watch?v=GFLkou8NvJo#t=1m And there is the spoiler that wau is 1.
Mar
18
answered A sequence of nested fractions with a counter-intuitive limit
Mar
18
accepted Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path
Mar
17
asked A sequence of nested fractions with a counter-intuitive limit
Feb
16
accepted A subtle modification to the $t$ distribution
Dec
22
comment Proving Hahn's Extension Theorem for a finite initial measure
Ooooh, so it was an infimum argument! Like I said, Bartle goes way too fast.
Dec
22
accepted Proving Hahn's Extension Theorem for a finite initial measure
Dec
22
asked Proving Hahn's Extension Theorem for a finite initial measure
Dec
16
revised Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path
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Dec
16
comment Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path
@DylanMoreland In order to make sense, $p$ and $q$ have to be integers; but $\mathbb Z_{-k}=\mathbb Z_k$, and $\mathbb Z_0$ is useless (empty, I think), so I restricted $p$ and $q$ to the positive integers.
Dec
16
answered Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path
Dec
16
revised Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path
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Dec
16
revised Fibonacci, tribonacci and other similar sequences
improved formatting and phrasing
Dec
16
suggested suggested edit on Fibonacci, tribonacci and other similar sequences
Dec
14
comment Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path
@DylanMoreland It turns out that's not minor; it's a pretty big part of the solution. I'll post it in a few days.
Dec
13
revised Existence and uniqueness of a morphism that completes an alternate path
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Dec
13
accepted Sobolev meets Wiener